The CCDMD is proud to announce the awarding of a Minister of Higher Education Prize for a project it carried out in collaboration with the author from Cégep de Saint-Félicien. The ceremony was held on Wednesday, May 11 in Quebec City.
Annie Lapierre, author of CPE chez les Premières Nations, won the Minister's Award in the "Ressources didactiques complémentaires" category, in the "Ressources éducatives" component.
The website CPE chez les Premières Nations : observer et transmettre contains a series of videos that allow us to observe children in the context of educational daycare services among the Cree and the Innu. The videos feature play situations, original interactions as well as educational practices that integrate the mother tongue and the culture of belonging in an exemplary manner. Suggestions for exercises accompany each of these video observations in order to anchor the learning. A series of video interviews illustrate the organization of the centers in these two communities. Four adults answer questions about culture, language, planning and transmission.
The Minister of Higher Education's Awards recognize the inventiveness and commitment of individuals in colleges and universities who are developing and implementing new teaching strategies to better guide students to success. The "Ressources éducatives" awards recognize the outstanding quality of educational resources produced for college or CEGEP study.
CCDMD would like to congratulate the author and all the contributors to the project.